Photography tips, Photo lab news, photography services, and more written by distinguished guest bloggers. Each post is written exclusively for H&H Color Lab to help our customer base of professional photographers.
Vine is a fairly new app on the market, but one that quickly made its way to the #1 spot in the iTunes App Store. Developed by the Twitter team, Vine is a video recorder that creates a six second animated GIF with an audio background. Vine uses your iPhone’s microphone and camera to record […]Read More
If your goal is to increase sales for your business with social media, you need to develop a loyal fan base that will begin to regard you/your brand as a leading authority and best-of-breed in your marketplace. Having strategic and authentic interaction with your fans is the key to your success. Creating an editorial calendar […]Read More
Georgia McCabe interviews David Desler of In His Image Photography located in Southern California in this month’s H&H Customer Interview. Once they finished sharing small talk of surfing, fishing, and the lovely southern California weather, they got down to business: Georgia: David, how long have you been an H&H Customer? David: I can’t remember the […]Read More
I just wanted to share something that has been quite helpful for both me and my professional photography clients. I call it the “larger-than-life” scenario. There are certainly many useful tools and software programs available to help our clients visualize how a photographic art piece will look on their wall. These programs show the print […]Read More
5 Facebook Tips for Photographers Use your best keywords in the Facebook information (description) box or text box. This will help to attract fans through a search they do via Facebook or Google. The first purpose of your Facebook fan page should be to create a bond with your readers. The second purpose is […]Read More
Ayers Studios: What Makes the Right Stuff for 25+ Years? Do you remember where you were when John F. Kennedy died? How about when the Twin Towers fell? On September 11, 2001, I was hosting a focus group of photographers, reviewing a product my company was building. At the time I was the Sr. Vice […]Read More